The BIO Convention is just a few weeks away (April 22-25). Are you aware of all the ways biotechnology plays into your life? This convention was brought to Illinois after former Illinois Department of Agriculture Director Joe Hampton did the groundwork. People from all over the world will converge on the Windy City to find out more about the latest advances in Biotech.
If you're curious or undecided about attending BIO 2013, click on one of these links for more information. The value of attending BIO should come through pretty clearly.
Representatives of the Corn Growers Association will be in attendance, listening to workshops and participating in events. Additionally, the U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance has scheduled a Food Dialogues event to be held in conjunction with BIO 2013.
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